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Titan, a red ruff lemur, lolls in the sunshine during a “Walking with Lemurs”

Titan, a red ruff lemur, lolls in the sunshine during a “Walking with Lemurs” tour last Friday. He really knows how to ham it up, much to the amusement of our guests 😛 Book your own tour today! http://lemur.duke.edu/visit/tours/ Check

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Titan, a red ruff lemur, lolls in the sunshine during a “Walking with Lemurs”

Titan, a red ruff lemur, lolls in the sunshine during a “Walking with Lemurs” tour last Friday. He really knows how to ham it up, much to the amusement of our guests 😛 Book your own tour today! http://lemur.duke.edu/visit/tours/ Check

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Rare Red Ruffed Lemur Born at San Diego Zoo

A common question on zoo grounds over the last year has been, “Where are the lemurs?” They are currently living behind the scenes, waiting patiently for their new exhibits in Africa Rocks to be built. While few people are currently

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Rare Red Ruffed Lemur Born at San Diego Zoo

A common question on zoo grounds over the last year has been, “Where are the lemurs?” They are currently living behind the scenes, waiting patiently for their new exhibits in Africa Rocks to be built. While few people are currently

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The DLC’s 2016 ruffed lemur infants (two sets of twins) are one month old today!

The DLC’s 2016 ruffed lemur infants (two sets of twins) are one month old today! Black-and-white ruffed female Halley (only three years old) gave birth to her first infants (boys named Cosmo and Astro) on June 8th. On the same

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The DLC’s 2016 ruffed lemur infants (two sets of twins) are one month old today!

The DLC’s 2016 ruffed lemur infants (two sets of twins) are one month old today! Black-and-white ruffed female Halley (only three years old) gave birth to her first infants (boys named Cosmo and Astro) on June 8th. On the same

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Thirteen month old red-ruffed lemur, Bode, is loving the huge amount of space pr…

Thirteen month old red-ruffed lemur, Bode, is loving the huge amount of space provided by his new summer housing. Living with his parents, Pyxis (21) and Borealis (28), is sometimes a bit of a drag for the super playful and

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Thirteen month old red-ruffed lemur, Bode, is loving the huge amount of space pr…

Thirteen month old red-ruffed lemur, Bode, is loving the huge amount of space provided by his new summer housing. Living with his parents, Pyxis (21) and Borealis (28), is sometimes a bit of a drag for the super playful and

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Rare red ruffed lemur born at the San Diego Zoo

A rare red ruffed lemur, born almost three weeks ago at the San Diego Zoo, had his weight checked at the zoo’s Primate Propagation Center this week. The lemur, the first of its species to be born at the facility

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Rare red ruffed lemur born at the San Diego Zoo

A rare red ruffed lemur, born almost three weeks ago at the San Diego Zoo, had his weight checked at the zoo’s Primate Propagation Center this week. The lemur, the first of its species to be born at the facility

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Baby Diary: Our young red-ruffed lemur is growing at an accelerated rate!

aby Diary: Our young red-ruffed lemur is growing at an accelerated rate! Ruffed lemurs grow quickly, consuming 50-60% of their body weight in milk per day! This equates to gaining approximately 4-8g of weight per day for the first month,

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Baby Diary: Our young red-ruffed lemur is growing at an accelerated rate!

aby Diary: Our young red-ruffed lemur is growing at an accelerated rate! Ruffed lemurs grow quickly, consuming 50-60% of their body weight in milk per day! This equates to gaining approximately 4-8g of weight per day for the first month,

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Baby Diary! Our little red-ruffed lemur isn’t so little anymore!

Baby Diary! Our little red-ruffed lemur isn’t so little anymore! This baby is growing by leaps and bounds and recently began exploring outside the nest box, keeping mom Ravina on her toes. Music By: Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Check out the

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Baby Diary! Our little red-ruffed lemur isn’t so little anymore!

Baby Diary! Our little red-ruffed lemur isn’t so little anymore! This baby is growing by leaps and bounds and recently began exploring outside the nest box, keeping mom Ravina on her toes. Music By: Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Check out the

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The Lemur Conservation Foundation is extremely proud to announce the birth of a critically endangered red-ruffed lemur

The Lemur Conservation Foundation is extremely proud to announce the birth of a critically endangered red-ruffed lemur (Varecia rubra). This little girl was born on May 9 to mom Ravina and dad Tsikey. This is the second offspring born to

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The Lemur Conservation Foundation is extremely proud to announce the birth of a critically endangered red-ruffed lemur

The Lemur Conservation Foundation is extremely proud to announce the birth of a critically endangered red-ruffed lemur (Varecia rubra). This little girl was born on May 9 to mom Ravina and dad Tsikey. This is the second offspring born to

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Mini Deer Loves Lemur

Mia the muntjac deer loves on Sweet Tater the red ruffed lemur. She is a sweet deer and loves everyone! AND has a great nose! Check out the original source of this video here

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Mini Deer Loves Lemur

Mia the muntjac deer loves on Sweet Tater the red ruffed lemur. She is a sweet deer and loves everyone! AND has a great nose! Check out the original source of this video here

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Red Ruffed Lemurs vs. Blue-eyed Black Lemurs by Emma Zoe at the Lemur Learning Homeschool Academy

May 12, 2016 — During the spring session of the Lemur Learning Homeschool Academy, students wrote about two of their favorite lemur species. They compared and contrasted their physical characteristics, behavior (social systems, breeding, communication), and habitat in the wild.

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Red Ruffed Lemurs vs. Blue-eyed Black Lemurs by Emma Zoe at the Lemur Learning Homeschool Academy

May 12, 2016 — During the spring session of the Lemur Learning Homeschool Academy, students wrote about two of their favorite lemur species. They compared and contrasted their physical characteristics, behavior (social systems, breeding, communication), and habitat in the wild.

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Red-Ruffed Lemur Group Shriek

What an ear-ful! The red-ruffed lemur matriarch at the Bronx Zoo’s Madagascar! exhibit is named “Peacock,” but that noisy bird has nothing on this group’s volume. Shrieking is a regular part of the red-ruff’s repertoire. But even zookeepers aren’t sure

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Red-Ruffed Lemur Group Shriek

What an ear-ful! The red-ruffed lemur matriarch at the Bronx Zoo’s Madagascar! exhibit is named “Peacock,” but that noisy bird has nothing on this group’s volume. Shrieking is a regular part of the red-ruff’s repertoire. But even zookeepers aren’t sure

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Join LCF in wishing a very happy 9th birthday to our female Red-ruffed lemur, Ra…

Join LCF in wishing a very happy 9th birthday to our female Red-ruffed lemur, Ravina! This beautiful lady is a great mother to her son Afo, who also happens to be her first offspring. We are keeping our fingers crossed

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Join LCF in wishing a very happy 9th birthday to our female Red-ruffed lemur, Ra…

Join LCF in wishing a very happy 9th birthday to our female Red-ruffed lemur, Ravina! This beautiful lady is a great mother to her son Afo, who also happens to be her first offspring. We are keeping our fingers crossed

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The Red Ruffed Lemur and Its Shrinking World

Of the hundreds of species of lemurs on Madagascar, it is one of the most endangered. The rainforests they call home are also highly valued for their rosewood and ebony trees — which is where you’ll find these lemurs feeding

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The Red Ruffed Lemur and Its Shrinking World

Of the hundreds of species of lemurs on Madagascar, it is one of the most endangered. The rainforests they call home are also highly valued for their rosewood and ebony trees — which is where you’ll find these lemurs feeding

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Did you know? Multiple species of lemur are known for their ‘sunbathing’ behavio…

Did you know? Multiple species of lemur are known for their ‘sunbathing’ behavior which includes sitting upright with straight backs, bellies positioned towards the sun, and arms spread wide. This position grants maximum sun penetration of the belly fur and

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Did you know? Multiple species of lemur are known for their ‘sunbathing’ behavio…

Did you know? Multiple species of lemur are known for their ‘sunbathing’ behavior which includes sitting upright with straight backs, bellies positioned towards the sun, and arms spread wide. This position grants maximum sun penetration of the belly fur and

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Red-ruffed Lemurs At The Duke Lemur Center

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Red-ruffed Lemurs At The Duke Lemur Center

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